|Title||Internationalization of the production process in the US film industry: the case of the United Kingdom|
|Authors||Gornostaeva, G. and Brunet, J.|
There is a complex relationship between US "runaway" productions and the British film economy. The attraction of the United Kingdom for runaways lies not only in the generous government incentives but also in the high-quality studios and the production and post-production services offered by British subsidiaries. Although history and statistics indicate that an indigenous film industry depends heavily on the Hollywood studios, interviews conducted by the authors reveal that US studios and US independent film companies are themselves rooted in the industrial, institutional and personal networks in London where they distribute and produce film.
|Journal||International Journal of Arts Management|
|Journal citation||12 (1), pp. 21-30|
|Publisher||Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales|
|Web address (URL)||http://search.proquest.com/docview/205806357?accountid=14987|